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Investigation and damage assessments continue after Las Vegas Boat Harbor fire? 

BOULDER CITY, Nev. – Lake Mead National Recreation Area officials continue to investigate the fire that broke out early Sunday morning at the Las Vegas Boat Harbor. The fire damaged or destroyed several boats, as well as led to the closure of “I” and “R” docks at the marina where the fire took place.
Moving forward, park officials will work with agency partners to assess damage caused by the fire and address future cleanup, repair, and other salvage actions. This process is expected to continue for a minimum of several weeks.

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R&B hits the ground running – First Rhythm and Brews Music Festival held at Metcalfe Park

KINGMAN – On Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15, the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce hosted their first-ever Rhythm and Brews Music Festival at Metcalfe Park, located on Beale St. Local Kingman bands, communities and brewing companies gathered to provide residents with an enjoyable and involved get-together, and right on time for Father’s Day!
This non-profit fund raiser included about 15 food trucks parked on Beale St. throughout the event, and more than a dozen brewing companies accompanied in support of this lively festival. Live music was supported by JackFM “River Rat Radio”.

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Debate candidates were MIA

Dear Editor,
Hello and thank you for putting this in your newspaper as a report on the District 4 debate held on June 9.
My Name is Brett Forrester. I am a resident here in Golden Valley. I have lived here for three years with my son and his wife. We have property and we are very happy with living here. We have established our animals and mini farm for our enjoyment.

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Summer visitors flock to Havasu

LAKE HAVASU CITY – Summer is now in the air, and Lake Havasu still remains the number one vacation spot of many tourists. Whether it be for work or play, summer visitors flock to Lake Havasu each year for a full dose of fun in the sun and ultimate relaxation.
If you just so happen to take in a late afternoon stroll along the Bridgewater Channel, the area is pleasantly bombarded with kayaking, swimming, and boating.

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